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this to happen. sfmta, transportation planners also helped as well as my agency which i feel a little arm twisting back at the office. with that, i will hand it over to ellen, i would just like to find, if i can, jessica manzi, are you in this room? jessica helped a great deal to put together this program and i really appreciated all of her help and time over the last few weeks. so with that, ellen. >> thanks, doug. i want to make sure everyone can hear me. i have a love-hate relationship with microphones. i want to thank you all for coming today. this is really a wonderful turnout for us. the german marshall fund, for those of you who don't what the fund is, wire a 501 c public charity that was funded as a gift from the german people. we were set up as an american institution to work on a broad mandate of tackling the changes that are faced by advanced industrialized societies. that is a broad mandate. we work with europe and the united states and we work on how europe and the united states can work together on the major world challenges like climate change and economic trade and develop
. 10, sfmta multimodal accessibility committee update report. 11, public comment, 12 information item, correspondence, 13, discussion item. 14, adjourn. >> thank you, ken. >> now item no. 3 public comment. items not on today's agenda, but within the jurisdiction of the mdc, each speaker is limited to 3 minutes. first i have mr. bob planthold. >> good afternoon. this mic is not on. >> good afternoon. i am bob planthold. i want to bring to your attention what i think is a lack of consideration of people with disabilities and of responsiveness when there is some construction going on of various nature. the one example, i will bring up that is really irksome. the art commission got approval to put some chairs actually fixed to the sidewalk. i reported this about six and a half weeks ago and it's an obstruction. i have been told by a staffer it's partly in the path of travel, but even if it's moved the fact is that this art project, which is permanently affixed is of a dark bronze color. so that at night many people whether or not they have got a visual impairment aren't going to see
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